Cankú Lúta (Red Road, Inc.)
Cankú Lúta, a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded by Tokalas, is committed to education, service, and preservation of American Indian Culture.


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Proceeds support The Buffalo Project

Treaty Elders of the Lakota Nation Plan Trip to Washington, D.C.

Elders of the Lakota Nation will soon travel to Washington, D.C. to stand up for Treaty Rights and prepare for a seat in the United Nations. They are making a head way for the children and their future. The trip from South Dakota to D.C. will be a long one, especially for the women and men who are handicapped. Canku Luta is helping to raise funds to house, feed, and make the elders comfortable on the journey.

The best estimate to date for transportation is $8,862 for a 55-passenger bus, not including the accommodations of the driver. We anticipate needing 2 buses for 100 elderly persons. We are looking for the support of peace and justice organizations across the nation and around the world for this effort. Please let us know how you can help. Email us at

Canku Luta
Red Road, Inc.
301 Thelma Dr., #438
Casper, WY  82609

For more information, please call (307) 232-1868.

Because of the Lakotas' humbleness, you will be held in solidarity with their prayers in protecting the Lakotas as a sovereign nation under the Seven Principles of International Law.

Mitakuye Oyasin.


Cankú Lúta, in the language of the Lakota people, means Red Road. The Red Road is the Good Road of Life, the path that we aspire to walk with our children and their children, and ALL OUR RELATIONS.

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In Memory of "Jun" Little

Treaties & Land Rights

What is Indian Sovereignty?
Indigenous Peoples Granted Forum at U.N.
Treaty Elders of Lakota Nation's Trip to Washington D.C.
1851 Fort Laramie Treaty
1868 Fort Laramie Treaty

Grassroots Lakota Oyate Occupation

Revolution Long in Coming
Bury the News at Wounded Knee
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Official Grassroots Lakota Oyate Website
Limited Edition Occupation T-Shirt

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Toxic Sacred Artifacts
Drug War on Hemp
BIA Loses Billions

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Indigenous Millenium

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